immunoblastic

immunoblastic

 [im″u-no-blas´tik]
pertaining to or involving immunoblasts.

immunoblastic

/im·mu·no·blas·tic/ (-blas´tik) pertaining to or involving the stem cells (immunoblasts) of lymphoid tissue.

immunoblastic

pertaining to or involving the stem cells (immunoblasts) of lymphoid tissue.
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The high-grade immunoblastic lymphoma was classified according to the National Cancer Institute working formulation (NCI WF) and, according to Valli et al (5); it is the histopathological type most frequently found in proliferative disorders in cats.
Of the 3 patients opting out of study, 02 had evidence of disease on ultrasonography and 01 patient had CNS relapse (Infiltration by high-grade immunoblastic lymphoma), who expired after two months.
The combination of drugs rather than a single agent was implicated for drug-induced pancreatitis in a previous case report that described the development of acute pancreatitis shortly after the second cycle of the chemotherapy regimen composed of cyclophosphamide, doxorubicin, and vincristine in a patient with mediastinal immunoblastic lymphoma.
Other histological patterns have been described as small cell lymphocytic, diffuse small cleaved cell, large cell immunoblastic and polymorphous types.
lymphoblastic and immunoblastic lymphomas) were reported based on histological examination via light microscopy (Belpoggi et al.
96%) includes cases of suppurative lymphadenitis, Immunoblastic lymphadenopathy, castelman disease and non-specific inflammatory lymphadenopathy and 18 cases of inadequate aspiration (figure 2).
Infectious mononucleosis and other viral infections, reaction to vaccines and drug hypersensitivity, often cause diagnostic confusion due to reactive immunoblastic proliferation and large activated lymphoid cells.
Hepatosplenic large cell immunoblastic lymphoma in a bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) with high levels of polychlorinated biphenyl congeners.
reviewed the Tata Hospital Registry for AIDS associated lymphoma and noticed 35 cases over a period of 8 years; out of whom seven cases were of Hodgkin disease, four of plasmacytoma and 24 cases were of NHL (three Burkitt\'s lymphoma, four diffuse large B-cell lymphoma of centroblastic type, 10 immunoblastic type, four high-grade B-cell lymphoma [unspecified] and the remaining were other subtypes).
Immunoblastic morphology in diffuse large B-cell lymphoma with a non-germinal center immunophenotypic profille.
The risk of all subtypes was higher in Hispanics with AIDS in PR compared to the general population in PR in all time periods evaluated, and for each subtype the SIR was lowest in the 1996-2003 time period, except for Immunoblastic NHL that increased from 1990-1995 to 1996-2003.